This is how we learn

And after 14 hrs of rising, reshaping, 2 more hours of rising, an hour of cooking. Easy peazy?

And after 14 hrs of rising, reshaping, 2 more hours of rising, an hour of cooking. Easy peazy?

For some reason, this picture didn’t make it into my last post — and since I thought I was going into labor, I didn’t have time to fix it.  It looks pretty and tasted good and we were saving some for later.  Here’s a tip:  don’t put freshly baked bread into a plastic bag even if you think it has cooled sufficiently.  We found out today that it let off steam in the bag and molded.  Oh well, this is how we learn.

On the other bun in the oven — am not in labor yet, but I took my body’s craziness as a sign that it was time to get a jump start on the maternity leave.  And so I did and I feel great about it.

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1 Comment

  1. Gretchen said,

    November 25, 2008 at 3:48 am

    Wise to follow your instincts. And sad about the bread.


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